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We meet in Paris, a few days after the Jenner cover has become a global news story. Cox is unafraid to speak her mind and has spent much of the last year appearing on platforms at US colleges. Orange is the New Black began in , and, along with House of Cards , was a pioneer of television that was not actually on television, and brought Netflix its biggest audience for an original show.
Her character Sophia is a transgender woman imprisoned for credit card fraud committed to fund her gender reassignment surgery. I love the no-nonsense sass and the quiet wisdom she has. It rubs me the wrong way. The story must be compelling. Cox was raised with her twin brother — who plays her OITNB character in her pre-transition scenes — by a single mother. A teacher once informed her mother: In her late teens, she moved to New York to pursue acting.
I was going out to dress up and have fun. And it felt so pure. The New York nightlife also provided Cox with a living. She gently corrects a poor choice of words.
People who do sex work are human beings and deserve to have their stories told in humanising ways. When Cox appeared on that cover of Time magazine, it was a vital, historical moment. But visibility only goes so far. She lists stark, horrifying statistics. These issues have to be addressed if we want to end violence against trans folk.
This willingness to not just be visible as a trans woman, but be radical about it too — to not just say publicly that Caitlyn Jenner looks good, but to assess what that reaction means for the trans community and women as a whole — is invigorating. But she says there is an element of selfishness at play, too. Years ago, I wanted really highly invasive surgical procedures to feminise my face. My fans had my back. She sits back in her chair and exhales dramatically.